- usc chan magazine sp/su 2018 cover story: prime time for primary care, a public service announcement. – writing an implementation guide integrating occupational therapy services in LAC-DHS primary care.
- usc chan magazine sp/su 2018.– leading the OTSC Philanthropy committee to increase student participation by 400% and marching for our lives with LG
- uc berkeley theater, dance, and performance studies: the arts and disability.- on working to bring dance to different communities, including those with disabilities.
center for health journalism (reporter, children’s health matters):
- untreated mental health disorders among moms inflict a massive toll on families, the economy
- when the trauma of a difficult birth leaves mothers devastated, alone
born this way foundation (youth reporter, channel kindness):
- let’s talk about suicide prevention at didi hirsch.
- what could be at the intersection of private/public partnerships? fostering innovation for healthier communities.
- we rise for mental health awareness: an interview with native american artist douglas miles.
- dance the bay: uplifting community through dance. -exploring dance as social change in the bay area through founding dance the bay, a uc berkeley service organization.
- don’t be a drag, just be a (PROUD) prom queen. – celebrating prom with 200 lgbtq+ youth with the pacific pride foundation, ice man artist sina grace, drag queens maddy mokes and miss deja-rae, dj young 1, born this way foundation.
- the greatest wedding ever donated. caleb remington and tiffany au battle cystic fibrosis and mental illness (respectively) and selflessly take on raising $500K through their wedding.
- otac newsletter (spring/summer 2018 edition): usc chan gives back
- society for behavioral medicine: understanding the impact of trauma: how trauma can affect your body & mind